Tay Shore Trail

MODERATE 12 reviews

Tay Shore Trail is a 16.9 kilometer moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Tay, Ontario, Canada that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, birding, fishing, and road biking and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
16.9 km
ELEVATION GAIN
339 m
ROUTE TYPE
Point to Point

dog friendly

birding

fishing

hiking

road biking

walking

beach

forest

views

walking
10 days ago

Great accessibility, with paved paths, rest benches and garbage bins as well. On the down side, many parts are very close to highway / roads / housing which can take away from the interaction with nature. Overall very nice though!

road biking
1 month ago

Great trail to ride our recumbent bikes on. There’s a spot to go for a dip in the lake and if you venture off at one point there’s a great little restaurant named Queens Quay. If you’re energetic, there’s an additional trail at the end.

2 months ago

An amazing part of the TransCanada Trail which I love to ride a bicycle on. A wonderful way to access Southern Georgian Bay towns without polluting.

3 months ago

Love to get out on this trail. Nice to have some that I can access. Wheelchair accessibility is very important

10 months ago

We explored this trail on our first bike ride in a long while. It was a great choice as it's predominantly flat, offers several beautiful views of Georgian Bay and has rest and picnic stops. I feel fortunate to be able to access such a lovely trail.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Such a beautiful and easy trail

Saturday, April 30, 2016

So beautiful

road biking
Friday, October 11, 2013

Multi purpose trail,paved and very little elevation changes.Paved and well maintained,ideal for biking ,rollerblading ,walking. Most of it along Georgian Bay shore,with benches and washrooms along the way.Connects with several other trails,as such as The Midland Town Trail, Midland Rotary Waterfront Trail and the newly opened connection to Coldwater (packed gravel) and further to Orillia ,, and other graveled trail running through farmlands,following the old rail. For the fit an opportunity to cover 48km .rail trail starting from Midland to Orillia.In the winter usable as snowshoeing or cross country skiing trail.No access for motorized vehicles,therefore very safe.

hiking
16 days ago

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hiking
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11 months ago